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Department of Physics, Engineering & Geosciences, Rockville Campus

STUDENT CLUB MISSION STATEMENTS

Aerospace Club

    AerospaceThe mission of the Aerospace Club/Student Chapter of AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) is to convene students to obtain greater understanding of Aerospace Engineering and to discuss Aerospace/Aeronautic related topics. The goal of the club is to provide opportunities for students at Montgomery College to become part of the Aerospace Engineering Community by distributing knowledge about the profession and providing educational seminars related to the Aerospace industries. The Aerospace Club is the students voice and as such serves to promote and advance the arts, sciences, and technology of aeronautics and astronautics fields in engineering.

    Activities:

    • Aerospace Engineering seminars for students
    • Working on different Aeronautical projects

    Club Website:
    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles Kung
    Email: Charles.Kung@montgomerycollege.edu

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Robotics Club

    RoboticsThe mission of the Montgomery College Robotics Club is to provide its members with an opportunity to gain experience. In order to successfully design and build a functional robot, club members must work with a diverse group of people, plan ahead, work on a budget, deal with deadlines, and learn to use and implement new technology. In order to see a project to completion, members must also learn to deal with any problems as they arise without becoming discouraged and giving up. This experience is essential to developing a strong foundation on which to build the work values and ethic members will need to become successful professionals.

    Activities:

    • Participation in robotics competitions nationwide
    • Summer sports/outdoor activities

    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Alex Hou
    Email: ChienannAlex.Hou@montgomerycollege.edu

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IEEE MC Student Branch

    RoboticsIEEE is the premier professional organization for engineers of all fields. The mission of the IEEE MC student branch is to provide a gateway for prospective engineers at Montgomery College to become part of an international engineering community as well as gain invaluable knowledge and experience. This gateway is provided through various activities whereby members can to work directly with technology, gain experience through working as a team to accomplish a common goal, meet professionals in the field, and speak with successful alumni. The aim of this organization is that through these activities our members will be able to become active participants in the engineering community.

    Activities:

    • Weekly engineering and technology workshops year-round
    • Participation in IEEE Seminars and conferences
    • Participation in robotics and other engineering competitions nationwide

    Club Website: http://mcrobotics.110mb.com/index.html
    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Uche Abanulo
    Email: Uchechukwu.abanulo@montgomerycollege.edu
    Phone: 240-567-4120

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MC Engineering Club

    RoboticsThe mission of the MC Engineering Club (MCEC) is to provide an exciting learning environment that promotes the love for and interest in engineering related subjects. MCEC strives to achieve this by organizing seminars several engineering fields, as well as field trips to highly reputable governmental and industrial engineering institutions such as the National Institutes of Standards and Technology.

    Activities:

    • Organization of bi-weekly engineering seminars during the fall and spring semesters
    • Field trips to well-known engineering institutions

    Club Website: http://www.abilitysports.net/engineering/
    Faculty Advisor: Prof. Craig T. Garrison-Mogren
    Email: Craig.Mogren@montgomerycollege.edu

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Women in Engineering Science and Technology (WEST)

    RoboticsThe mission of Women in Engineering Science and Technology (WEST) is to increase the participation of women in science and engineering-related careers. WEST accomplishes this by inviting highly successful female scientist and engineers to encourage and mentor up-coming students who indicate interest in such careers. The club also organizes engineering workshops that attract women to the field of engineering.

    Activities:

    • Organization of bi-weekly engineering seminars during the fall and spring semesters
    • Field trips to well-known engineering institutions

    Club Website: http://www.abilitysports.net/engineering/
    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Wendy He
    Email: Wendy.He@montgomerycollege.edu
    Phone: 240-567-5229

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ASME MC Student Branch

    ASME MC Student BranchThe mission of the MC student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is to promote the art, science and practice of mechanical engineering among students at MC, and to enable mechanical engineering students at MC to contribute to the well-being of humankind.

    Activities:

    • Mechanical Engineering seminars for students

    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Wendy He
    Email: Wendy.He@montgomerycollege.edu


Engineering Without Borders (EWB)

    EWB MC ChapterThe mission of the Engineers Without Borders student Chapter at Montgomery College is to partner with disadvantaged communities in developing countries through the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while seeking to train internationally responsible engineering students.

    Activities:

    • We are the only community college with a full chapter in EWB-USA.  See our official chapter agreement here.
    • We have many activities going on this summer.  Please check our website for lots of news and contact info: Facebook; Twitter; Member contacts.


    Club Website: http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/Departments/ewbmc/
    Faculty Advisor: Prof. Craig T. Garrison-Mogren
    Email: Craig.Mogren@montgomerycollege.edu

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Membership Application

Join a Club:

We encourage you to join one or more of our clubs, as this will greatly enrich your experience as an MC engineering student. To join or find out more information about any clubs, please fill the form below, select the clubs you are interested in, and hit the ‘Submit Form’ button. Thank you.

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